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A housekeeper, who refused to be identified, passes by a picture of  famous film director Leni Riefenstahl on the wall in Riefenstahl's home in Poecking, south of Munich, on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003. Riefenstahl, whose hypnotic depiction of Hitler's Nuremberg rally, "Triumph of the Will", was renowned and despised as the best propaganda film ever made, died Monday at the age of 101, a German magazine reported Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, quoting a long time friend. (AP Photo/Jan Pitman)
Photo by: JAN PITMAN
A housekeeper, who refused to be identified, passes by a picture of famous film director Leni Riefenstahl on the wall in Riefenstahl's home in Poecking, south of Munich, on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003. Riefenstahl, whose hypnotic depiction of Hitler's Nuremberg rally, "Triumph of the Will", was renowned and despised as the best propaganda film ever made, died Monday at the age of 101, a German magazine reported Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, quoting a long time friend. (AP Photo/Jan Pitman)

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